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    India Supreme Court Concerned Over Rising Rape Cases, Says Situation Going From Bad To Worse

    Supreme Court concerned over rising rape cases, says situation going from bad to worse PTI Posted online: Mon Aug 26 2013, 20:27 hrs New Delhi : The huge spurt in rape incidents across the country, including the Mumbai photo-journalist gangrape, on Monday drew strong concerns from the...
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    1984 Anti-Sikh Pogrom 'Anti-Sikh Riots Were Worse Than '02 Violence'

    'Anti-Sikh riots were worse than '02 violence' http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Anti-Sikh-riots-were-worse-than-02-violence/articleshow/20388259.cms AHMEDABAD: He had caught the attention of the nation when he hurled his shoe at the then Union home minister P Chidambaram in April...
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    USA Who Is Worse? Americans Distinguish Between Politicians' Financial, Sexual Morality

    By Lauren Markoe Religion News Service WASHINGTON (RNS) Americans are tougher on politicians for their financial misdeeds than their sexual ones, but men are more willing than women to tolerate sexual misbehavior in their elected officials. The findings, released Wednesday (June 22) in a...
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    Legal Hindus, Sikhs May Face Worse Time In The Future

    The previous year was a bad one for Pakistan's minority communities including Muslims of various sects, Sikhs and Hindus due to threat to their lives by militants, according to a new report which suggested even worse times ahead. The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan's report said 418 Muslims...
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    Drug Experts Say Alcohol Worse Than Crack Or Heroin

    Drug experts say alcohol worse than crack or heroin November 1, 2010 - 8:00am EDT By Kate Kelland LONDON (Reuters) - Alcohol is a more dangerous drug than both crack and heroin when the combined harms to the user and to others are assessed, British scientists said Monday. Presenting a new...
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    Pope's Condition Takes Turn For Worse (washingtonpost.com)

    washingtonpost.com - ROME, April 1 -- The precarious health of Pope John Paul II took a sudden turn for the worse Thursday when he developed a high fever caused by a urinary tract infection, Vatican officials said. The pontiff was being treated with antibiotics...